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Archives for December 2012

Woodbridge School Board Seat Fight Starts

21 December 2012 | Schools, Prince William County | 3 Comments

On January 2nd the Prince William County School Board will appoint one of six candidates to replace Woodbridge Board member Denita Ramirez until a special election is held, possibly as early as April, but more likely in November.  According to PotomacLocal, the two leading candidates are Republican Chris Royse and Democrat Bruce Smith, and with […]

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Bob Marshall: Let’s Protect Children

20 December 2012 | Schools, 13th HOD District, Virginia Politics, Prince William County | 47 Comments

Once again I am pleased to be in the house district represented by Delegate Bob Marshall.  According to NBC4, Marshall has submitted a bill to have Virginia schools designate staff members who would carry concealed firearms on school property, and be in a position to respond to emergencies.  While the proposal is certain to draw […]

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Death By Dumb Political Vendors

19 December 2012 | Virginia Politics | 8 Comments

If Republican candidates are going to win elections in the aftermath of OFA’s rather brilliant demonstration of what winning campaigns need to look like, they’re going to have to stop doing business with shady, dishonest and bizarrely incompetent political vendors such as “Precision Data Management.”  Even if folks like this don’t often make such boneheaded moves as […]

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The “War On Women”

12 December 2012 | Alexandria, Arlington County, Fairfax County, Crime | 19 Comments

You’ve no doubt heard that Republicans are supposedly engaged in some kind of “war on women” because they believe in the sanctity of life, aren’t interested in providing free birth control as an entitlement, or aren’t willing to see taxpayer dollars used to fund abortions.  There actually does seem to be an effort to subjugate […]

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Despicable Me

11 December 2012 | Prince William County | 24 Comments

Has Potomac District Supervisor Maureen Caddigan entirely lost her marbles?  Calling residents of Prince William County “despicable” at tonight’s Board of County Supervisors meeting, other than being highly offensive, is just plain bizarre.  What the hell is wrong with this goofball?

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Illegal Alien Triple Murderer Avoids Trial

10 December 2012 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Manassas City | 36 Comments

Ten years ago Jose Oswaldo Reyes Alfaro, an illegal alien from El Salvador, was ordered deported.  He was subsequently arrested twice, but never turned over to ICE for deportation.  In February, 2011, he murdered three people in Manassas with a .38 caliber revolver, wounded two others including a 15 year-old girl, and attacked another — […]

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Paywalls To Soon Block News Sites In Virginia

7 December 2012 | Local Media, Blogs | 6 Comments

The Washington Post, in an article which rather strangely reports on the Washington Post as if it was a third party, announced that it is “reportedly,” according to unnamed sources, considering putting up a paywall on their online edition.  In addition, the 80 local newspapers sold by Media General to Warren Buffet (less the Manassas News & […]

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Corey: Time To Fire Melissa Peacor

4 December 2012 | Prince William County | 19 Comments

When your most senior subordinate actively works to undermine your authority among the staff, actively suborns violations of the law, provides known false information to you and others on your behalf,  promotes the interests of your opponents over you, and works overtime to derail your strategic vision, there’s no choice about what you have to […]

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The Parasites Among Us

4 December 2012 | National Politics, Virginia Politics | 3 Comments

I have no use for political miscreants like Dick Armey who try to hijack grassroots movements for their own purposes, or for self-styled “leadership” organizations such as FreedomWorks that seem far more interested in gaining ownership of local Tea Parties than doing anything that substantially promotes the ideals that drive them.  When Armey and FreedomWorks […]

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Who Is Ahead In The LG Race?

1 December 2012 | RPV, Virginia Politics | 2 Comments

I wanted to get a read on which of the candidates for Lieutenant Governor actually have a serious shot at securing the Republican nomination, so I put up a poll last week.  Not that there’s much reason to think that a poll on this one blog, one with a local rather than state-level readership would […]

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